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March 2016

Nawaal Nolwazi Mdluli
A Black Woman... My soul has stirred. I cannot quite describe the movement inside of me but my core is alive; every fibre of my being is primed and ready – for what I don’t yet know – but I await the correct words to articulate the sensation... Read more
Essays of Africa
A Woman’s Journey


Masechaba Ndlovu: Fine-Tuning Her Inner Power
Always the one doing the interviews and interrogating the burning issues of the day, Masechaba Ndlovu drops the mic to share her experiences of being an ace broadcaster, dedicated...

10 Ways To Feel (Even) Sexier
We all have our bag of tricks to being sexy, but a bit of extra help never hurt anyone. Here are EOA’s 10 tips to ensure you ooze sexiness around the clock...

Maintenance Law: What Every Woman Must Know
We live in a country where many women are suffering financially and some end up relying on state grants to feed their families. NTHABISENG MONARENG breaks down Maintenance 101...

I’m A Slave To Social Media
Millions of people the world over are glued to their smartphone thanks to social media, but for 33-year-old Ayanda*, the obsession is wreaking havoc on her self-esteem...

All Men Are Cheats… Or Are They?
Here’s a look at how our flippant generalisations about male infidelity, and sometimes our acceptance thereof, can harm our men, our relationships, and ultimately us...

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Pr With A Purpose
Vanessa Perumal is a force to be reckoned within the PR industry and some of the titles she identifies with include feminist, humanitarian and social entrepreneur...

Getting Down To The Truth
Monday 21 March 2016 marks the 11th anniversary of World Down Syndrome Day. Bulelwa Mokori looks at how Down Syndrome South Africa (DSSA) works to reduce stigmatisation.

Beauty Disrupted
Black women around the world are radically embracing their looks, bypassing systems that never used to celebrate them and forcing the world to see that black is indeed...

Fiercely Forging Forward
Few people reach the heights of success that Tshedi Mholo has, but hers hasn’t been a journey without its hiccups. She opens up to EOA about her 21-year...

A Leap Of Faith
After fifteen years in the mining industry, Mike Moipolai (38) took a leap of faith and opened up his own events company...

How Happy Is Your Vagina?
Whether it’s waxed, shaved or good-old ’70s bushy, your vagina’s wellness is about more than your preferences; it’s about knowing the rules...

Get To Grips With Office Bullies
In today’s economic climate, bullying in the workplace is becoming a costly affair. EOA takes a closer look at this issue and what you can do to arm yourself...

The Master Bath
Sanctuaries, personal oases and places to pamper our tired souls… these are just a few ways people describe their master bathrooms. And who wouldn’t want one?

The Lux Touch
Bathroom accessories for a modern haven...

Affluence Meets Influence
Aspirational vehicles appeal to the image-conscious driver who places a priority on performance, dynamics, technology and design. These fine vehicles reveal achieved...

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